Erlang reference card?

ke.han ke.han@REDACTED
Wed Jun 15 14:50:10 CEST 2005

The trapexit howtos are very well written.  I have read them all and 
cannot thank the contributors enough.  Writting a complete howto is a 
time consuming process.  Adding comments / examples to existing erlang 
docs is much easier.
The MySQL documentation web site has the ability to post comments at the 
end of each doc page.  Some of these comments are very useful to a 
person looking for answers.
I often find the Erlang docs to be lacking usage examples and common 
answers which may or may not be found through mail list archives. 
Attaching user feedback to the original docs may help.
I have seen posts on this mail list before asking how the Erlang docs 
are generated.  No answers where given.  If its not too hard, perhaps a 
MySQL like onlike doc facility can be added to trapexit.
thanks, ke han

tobbe wrote:
> Hi,
> I don't think something like this exists.
> It is however a splendid idea!
> I've been waiting now for Erlang aficionados to come up
> with loads of HowTo documentation, ideas and/or proposals
> on how to improve That has not happend, why?
> Are we still too few out there to get this kind of momentum?
> For example: on I would like to see:
> + A reference card page
> + An auto FAQ
> + A auto recepie collector (such as the Phyton cookbook, but as a Web-app)
> + <come-up-with-something-yourself>....
> Any takers ?
> Cheers, Tobbe
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